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Randstad has successfully objected to facing an adverse action claim from an on-hire casual worker, on the basis that it didn't terminate his employment.
Strategic recruitment partnership for Frontline HR
Employer making redundancies didn't have to cut back labour hire: FWC
A new ruling further highlights the obligations of labour hire employers to on-hire workers whose roles are no longer needed at client sites.
On-hire employee suing Chandler Macleod for lost work
LinkedIn pilots skills-based hiring approach
Freelance marketplace adds new data vertical
Major amendments to the Fair Work Act will give employers much-needed clarity around casual employment. Watch this short webcast to understand exactly what is changing and how to respond.
Vale Rocco (Roy) Caruso
TA salaries rise amid "aggressive" recovery initiatives
Labour hire company faces new charges
Recruiters are overwhelmingly positive about casual employment proposals imminently becoming law, and what they mean for double-dipping claims and business confidence.
The IR omnibus Bill has passed the Senate this afternoon, but in a drastically reduced form.
IR Bill passage essential to jobs growth
'High performer' assessment tool appoints advisor
'Massive' shift in top drivers for mining talent
The hotly debated casuals provisions in the IR omnibus Bill "strike an appropriate balance" for employers and employees, a Senate inquiry has found. Meanwhile business leaders are calling for the Bill to be passed this week.
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